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How Should an Enterprise Move Toward Unified Communications?

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Category: Enterprise Mobility

Date: 30 June 2009, 16:06

Company: Avaya

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How should an enterprise move toward Unified Communications?

Avaya defines Unified Communications as orchestrated communication and collaboration across locations, time, and medium to accelerate business results. It is achieved through the convergence of real-time, near-real-time, and non-real-time business communication applications including: calling, conferencing, messaging, contacts, calendaring, collaboration, and rich presence with voice, video, text, and visual elements. Users can access these capabilities using multiple modalities including voice, data, and speech access, through telephones, PCs, and mobile devices. These communications services are increasingly designed to be embedded into structured and unstructured business processes. This takes Unified Communications to the next level in terms of IP voice and video telephony; audio, web and video conferencing; unified messaging of voicemail, email, and fax; instant messaging and more.

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